Niranjan Shah terms spot-fixing saga disgraceful, stops short of demanding Srinivasan's resignation

Srinivasan, whose company India Cements owns CSK, refused to resign despite repeated calls for his ouster, insisting that he did no wrong.

updated: June 01, 2013 13:04 IST
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Mumbai: Distressed by the IPL spot-fixing scam, BCCI Vice President Niranjan Shah on Saturday said that the scandal has become increasingly "disgraceful" but stopped short of demanding under-fire President N Srinivasan's resignation.

"It is much regrettable and distressing that the situation is getting aggravated in increasingly disgraceful manner...the matter pertaining resignation of BCCI's president Mr. Srinivasan should rather be a matter between himself and the rules and regulations of the Board," Shah said in a statement.

Srinivasan's adamant stand of sticking to his position despite the controversy, last night prompted Board Treasurer Ajay Shirke and Secretary Sanjay Jagdale to resign in protest.

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